Makita XRU07Z 18V X2 LXT Lithium-Ion (36V) Brushless Cordless String Trimmer, Bare Tool Only

Makita’s 18V X2 (36V) LXT Lithium-Ion Brush-less String Trimmer (model XRU07Z, tool only) is powered by two 18V LXT batteries (not included). With zero emissions, lower noise and considerably less maintenance, the 18V X2 (36V) LXT cordless brush-less string trimmer is a welcome solution for landscapers. It’s powered by two fast-charging 18V LXT batteries (sold separately) for maximum power and run time, but without leaving the strongly-preferred 18V battery platform. With the efficient Makita BL brush-less motor, the trimmer delivers longer run time, more power and speed, and longer tool life. The XRU07Z features a Makita-built Outer Rotor Brush-less Motor with direct drive that provides high power and increased torque. The XRU07Z also features Makita Extreme Protection Technology (XPT) and Star Protection Computer Controls.

Product Features

  • Makita-built Outer Rotor Brush-less Motor direct-drive system provides increased power and torque
  • Constant Speed Control minimizes reduction in rotation speed under load
  • 2-speed options (Low: 0-5,000 RPM, High: 0-6,500 RPM) allows operator to match speed to application
  • Delivers up to 60 min. of run time under load on low speed using two BL1850 batteries (not included)
  • Zero emissions and reduced maintenance; no need for gas or oil

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2 Responses to Makita XRU07Z 18V X2 LXT Lithium-Ion (36V) Brushless Cordless String Trimmer, Bare Tool Only

  1. RickZ says:

    Impressive addition to the Makita Family Impressive power, and easy to handle: I am already invested in the Makita LXT line of tools, and have several batteries and charges available. Please note: this unit DOES NOT include batteries or a charger, “Bare Tool” literally means tool only. When this 36-volt (uses two 18-volt batteries) trimmer became available, I quickly replaced my old, smelly, hard-to-start gas trimmer. I have a one-quarter acre yard, and had plenty of run time, using a pair of Makita 3.0…

  2. Thomas Jue says:

    Worth the Money. Don’t hestitate. Buy it. This 18v x2 is worth the money because you can do twice the work in the same time. With the 2 speeds, you can go as fast as you want or slow for less challenging areas. It has about the same power as the gas operated Ryobi trimmer I owned (past tense!).The electric motor is at the bottom in a sealed cast iron housing. Apparently, these brushless motors don’t require venting as the conventional electric motors. I called Makita technical support. They confirmed it was sealed and…